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At the beginning of the 17th century, music in Italy underwent a radical change. From the first experimental attempts in Florence to revive the musical practice of Greek antiquity, which had not been handed down in detail, the genre of the monody developed, in which the singer could finally express all the nuances of the text (the "affects"), freed from the strict constraints of polyphony. To accompany this monophonic singing, new types of plucked instruments emerged, such as the archlute and the theorbo, characterized especially by their powerful bass registers and intense resonances. The new expressive demands invited playing with timbres, (de)crescendi and agogics to convincingly portray human passions, elements that were also applied to purely instrumental music, as in the works on this recording. The rigor of polyphony gave way to a style based more on improvisation, an aspect particularly important to Luca Pianca in his interpretation of solo works for archlute and theorbo by Piccinini, Kapsberger, Melli and Raimondo.
At the beginning of the 17th century, music in Italy underwent a radical change. From the first experimental attempts in Florence to revive the musical practice of Greek antiquity, which had not been handed down in detail, the genre of the monody developed, in which the singer could finally express all the nuances of the text (the "affects"), freed from the strict constraints of polyphony. To accompany this monophonic singing, new types of plucked instruments emerged, such as the archlute and the theorbo, characterized especially by their powerful bass registers and intense resonances. The new expressive demands invited playing with timbres, (de)crescendi and agogics to convincingly portray human passions, elements that were also applied to purely instrumental music, as in the works on this recording. The rigor of polyphony gave way to a style based more on improvisation, an aspect particularly important to Luca Pianca in his interpretation of solo works for archlute and theorbo by Piccinini, Kapsberger, Melli and Raimondo.
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Format: CD
Label: PASSACAILLE
Rel. Date: 06/03/2022
UPC: 5425004841209

Cazzati Kapsberger Melli Pi
Artist: Vittorio Ghielmi/Luca Pianca
Format: CD
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1. Intavolatura Di Liuto Et Di Chitarrone, Libro 1 - Parte 1 Per Liuto: Toccata XX
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2. Intavolatura Di Liuto Et Di Chitarrone, Libro 1, Parte 1 Per Liuto: Toccata XV
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3. Intavolatura Di Liuto Et Di Chitarrone, Libro 1 - Parte 2 Per Chitarrone: Gagliarda III (Version For Archlute)
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4. Libro De Sonate Diverse: No. 61. Toccata
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5. Libro De Sonate Diverse: No. 20. Fuga (After Francesco Da Milano)
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6. Libro De Passaggi Ascendenti Et Descendenti: Anchor Che Col Partire (After Cipriano De Rore)
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7. Intavolatura Di Liuto, Libro 2: No. 36. Il Ciarlino Capricio Cromatico
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8. Intavolatura Di Liuto, Libro 2: No. 52. La Claudiana. Gagliarda
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9. Intavolatura Di Liuto, Libro 2: No. 28. Gagliarda Alla Santinesca Detta La Farnese
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10. Intavolatura Di Liuto, Libro 5: No. 14. Corrente Detta La Sansona
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11. Correnti, E Balletti, Op. 30 : Nos. 11-12. Balletto VI (Largo) - Corrente VI (Presto)
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12. Intavolatura Di Chitarone, Libro 1: No. 2. Toccata II "Arpeggiata"
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13. Intavolatura Di Chitarone, Libro 4, Parte 2: No. 60. Passacaglia I
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14. Intavolatura Di Chitarone, Libro 4, Parte 1: No. 32. Corrente I
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15. Intavolatura Di Chitarone, Libro 1: No. 6. Toccata VI
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16. Villanelle, Libro 4: No. 17. Mentre Del Mondo
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17. Intavolatura Di Chitarone, Libro 1: No. 56. Gagliarda XI
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18. Intavolatura Di Chitarone, Libro 4 - Parte 1: No. 38. Corrente VII (Cromatica)
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19. Intavolatura Di Liuto Et Di Chitarrone, Libro 1 - Parte 2 Per Chitarrone: Toccata VII
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20. Intavolatura Di Liuto, Libro 2: Gagliarda III (Version For Theorbo)
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21. Intavolatura Di Liuto Et Di Chitarrone, Libro 1 - Parte 2 Per Chitarrone: Toccata IV
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22. Intavolatura Di Liuto Et Di Chitarrone, Libro 1 - Parte 2 Per Chitarrone: Partite Variate Sopra La Folia Aria Romanesca
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23. Intavolatura Di Liuto Et Di Chitarrone, Libro 1 - Parte 2 Per Chitarrone: Toccata XI
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24. Intavolatura Di Liuto Et Di Chitarrone, Libro 1 - Parte 2 Per Chitarrone: Corrente II
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At the beginning of the 17th century, music in Italy underwent a radical change. From the first experimental attempts in Florence to revive the musical practice of Greek antiquity, which had not been handed down in detail, the genre of the monody developed, in which the singer could finally express all the nuances of the text (the "affects"), freed from the strict constraints of polyphony. To accompany this monophonic singing, new types of plucked instruments emerged, such as the archlute and the theorbo, characterized especially by their powerful bass registers and intense resonances. The new expressive demands invited playing with timbres, (de)crescendi and agogics to convincingly portray human passions, elements that were also applied to purely instrumental music, as in the works on this recording. The rigor of polyphony gave way to a style based more on improvisation, an aspect particularly important to Luca Pianca in his interpretation of solo works for archlute and theorbo by Piccinini, Kapsberger, Melli and Raimondo.
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